Sunday, March 23, 2014

Song-ography



My heart was sad when I saw this little goose at the river side ... where is her flock, where is her mate.  She is so alone ... One is the loneliest number.  

19 comments:

  1. I always worry about wildlife in the Winter, or any extreme weather, but especially when they are alone. It is hard to be alone.

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  2. oh that makes me sad too! Where is her flock. /??? You don't think she was injured do you? Maybe she was just scouting ahead and the others were on their way.....??? This looks like a pretty cold spot too.

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  3. Beautiful pictures. The sadest thing I have ever seen was 2 ducks along side the interstate. One had been killed by a car. The other was standing watch over her mate, quacking and looking distraught.

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  4. How very sad. And that clean snow says that she has been alone for a while. And Roan's comment made my sentimental eyes leak.

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  5. Oh, makes me sad, too!! And it does look cold!!! Hope you've had a good weekend, Andrea, and have a great week ahead!

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  6. Hi Andrea, I hope this little one wasn't injured. Well it if was it was probably doing okay since in did have it packed in ice cold snow. I am a retired R.N. too. I'm impressed that you participate in agility with your dog. Bless you! I have a hard enough time getting myself around slowly and safely. Wish you a wonderful new week ahead.

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  7. Hopefully they are just around the corner. Beautiful shots

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  8. Oh, how sad.
    I often feel sad when I see wildlife that seems to be alone!

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  9. oh dear ... such a lonely goose. Hopefully she finds her flock soon and the weather warms up in your part of the world!!

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  10. These photos make me sad too. I do hope that her flock is somewhere close by. I will be so glad to see the last of the snow leave, although they say we might be getting another storm sometime this week. It's been an especially hard winter on our birds and wildlife. You have a good night, hugs, Edna B.

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  11. oohhhh i always think the same thing....and that can't be comfortable!!

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  12. Hi Andrea yes one is a lonely number but I a,Maureen this little guy will be ok.

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  13. yes...poor goose. I live quite abit north of you and we have a few geese up here already...Way too cold for them..Hopefully most of them will stay south for a week or two more.

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  14. The posts today are all making me teary eyed.

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  15. Oh that has GOT to be cold on the belly! I hope her flock returns :(. Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

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  16. She'll join her friends soon. She's just takin a little quiet time alone because their loud honking was driving her nuts.

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  17. Aww and sleeping in the snow. I wonder too where all her companions are

    Mollyxxx

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  18. "Just having a little me time!" - do you still have snow!

    If the GC looks bigger from the bottom than the top it must look really huge!!

    I may be back in the USA in the fall (as you say) - but it will be in Iowa if it happens at all!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  19. Hopefully she was just resting up to go and find her flock. Sure does look lonely and cold so I hope she found a warmer place to fly off too.

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